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Myth Quiz #2-october 19, 2012 - Quiz

This is quiz for Oak Harbor Middle School 7th graders over all of their myth notes.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Check ALL the boxes that are reasons we study mythology.  There WILL be more than one. 

    • A.

      To learn about past cultures.

    • B.

      To explain the unexplainable.

    • C.

      To teach a lesson called a moral.

    • D.

      To give us hope and purpose.

    • E.

      To entertain us.

    • F.

      To learn factual information about actual events that really happened in history.

    • G.

      To teach us a new religion.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. To learn about past cultures.
    B. To explain the unexplainable.
    C. To teach a lesson called a moral.
    D. To give us hope and purpose.
    E. To entertain us.
    Explanation
    We study mythology to learn about past cultures, as mythology often reflects the beliefs, values, and traditions of ancient societies. Mythology also helps explain the unexplainable, such as natural phenomena or the origins of the world. Additionally, myths often contain moral lessons that teach us about right and wrong, and they can provide hope and purpose by offering guidance and meaning to our lives. Finally, mythology can be entertaining, as it often features exciting and imaginative stories.

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  • 2. 

    The main character of a literary work is called...

    • A.

      Antagonist

    • B.

      Pessimist

    • C.

      Optimist

    • D.

      Protagonist

    • E.

      Polyribonucleaicacidartemisal

    Correct Answer
    D. Protagonist
    Explanation
    The main character of a literary work is called the protagonist. The protagonist is usually the central character who drives the plot and undergoes a significant transformation or development throughout the story. They are often portrayed as the hero or the character the audience is meant to root for. In contrast, the antagonist is the character or force that opposes the protagonist. The terms pessimist and optimist refer to a character's outlook or attitude, and "Polyribonucleaicacidartemisal" is not a valid term in this context.

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  • 3. 

    Zeus, Posedion and Hades are brothers and the sons of Kronos. 

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades being brothers and sons of Kronos is a fact from Greek mythology. In Greek mythology, Kronos is the father of Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades, making them brothers. Therefore, the statement "Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades are brothers and the sons of Kronos" is true.

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  • 4. 

    The home of the gods. 

    • A.

      Hades

    • B.

      Olympus

    • C.

      Camp Half Blood

    • D.

      Crete

    • E.

      Polyponesia

    Correct Answer
    B. Olympus
    Explanation
    Olympus is the correct answer because it is commonly known as the home of the gods in Greek mythology. In Greek mythology, Olympus is described as a mountain where the twelve Olympian gods resided and held their meetings. It is often depicted as a majestic and heavenly place, symbolizing power and divinity. The other options, Hades, Camp Half Blood, Crete, and Polyponesia, do not represent the home of the gods in Greek mythology.

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  • 5. 

    This is where the dead went in Greek mythology and also where the monsters and Titans were imprisoned. 

    • A.

      Hades

    • B.

      Olympus

    • C.

      Camp Half Blood

    • D.

      Crete

    • E.

      Polyponesia

    Correct Answer
    A. Hades
    Explanation
    In Greek mythology, Hades is the god of the underworld and the ruler of the dead. It is believed that after death, souls would go to the underworld, which is also known as Hades. Additionally, Hades is the place where monsters and Titans were imprisoned, further emphasizing its significance in Greek mythology. Therefore, Hades is the correct answer as it aligns with the given description.

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  • 6. 

    God of war. 

    • A.

      Ares

    • B.

      Demeter

    • C.

      Hephaestus

    • D.

      Aphrodite

    • E.

      Hera

    • F.

      Zeus

    Correct Answer
    A. Ares
    Explanation
    Ares is the correct answer because he is commonly known as the Greek god of war. In Greek mythology, Ares is depicted as a violent and bloodthirsty deity, often associated with the brutality and chaos of war. He is the son of Zeus and Hera, and his symbols include weapons and armor. Ares is often portrayed as a fierce warrior, embodying the destructive aspects of warfare.

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  • 7. 

    Goddess of the Harvest.

    • A.

      Ares

    • B.

      Demeter

    • C.

      Hephaestus

    • D.

      Aphrodite

    • E.

      Hera

    • F.

      Zeus

    Correct Answer
    B. Demeter
    Explanation
    Demeter is the correct answer because she is the Greek goddess of the harvest. She is responsible for the fertility of the earth and the growth of crops. Demeter is often depicted with a sheaf of wheat or a cornucopia, symbolizing abundance and prosperity. Her role as the goddess of the harvest made her highly revered by the ancient Greeks, as agriculture was a vital part of their society and economy.

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  • 8. 

    God of fire and blacksmith. 

    • A.

      Ares

    • B.

      Demeter

    • C.

      Hephaestus

    • D.

      Aphrodite

    • E.

      Hera

    • F.

      Zeus

    Correct Answer
    C. Hephaestus
    Explanation
    Hephaestus is the correct answer because he is known as the god of fire and blacksmith. In Greek mythology, he is the son of Zeus and Hera and is often depicted as a skilled craftsman and blacksmith who creates weapons and armor for the gods. He is associated with fire and volcanoes, and his symbols include a hammer and anvil. Hephaestus is also known for his physical deformity, which adds to his characterization as a god of craftsmanship and metalworking.

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  • 9. 

    Goddess of love and beauty.  Hubba-Bubba!

    • A.

      Ares

    • B.

      Demeter

    • C.

      Hephaestus

    • D.

      Aphrodite

    • E.

      Hera

    • F.

      Zeus

    Correct Answer
    D. Aphrodite
    Explanation
    Aphrodite is known as the goddess of love and beauty in Greek mythology. She is often depicted as a beautiful and seductive woman, and is associated with love, desire, and fertility. Aphrodite was born from the sea foam and is considered the most beautiful of all the goddesses. She is also known for her romantic relationships and affairs, including her marriage to Hephaestus and her love affair with Ares.

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  • 10. 

    Very jealous goddess of marriage. Wife and sister of Zeus.

    • A.

      Ares

    • B.

      Demeter

    • C.

      Hephaestus

    • D.

      Aphrodite

    • E.

      Hera

    • F.

      Zeus

    Correct Answer
    E. Hera
    Explanation
    Hera is the correct answer because she is known as the jealous goddess of marriage and is both the wife and sister of Zeus. In Greek mythology, Hera is often depicted as being jealous and vengeful towards Zeus' numerous affairs and illegitimate children. She is the queen of the gods and the goddess of marriage, symbolizing the sacred bond between spouses.

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  • 11. 

    King of the gods. Thunderbolt is his symbol and the sky his realm. 

    • A.

      Ares

    • B.

      Demeter

    • C.

      Hephaestus

    • D.

      Aphrodite

    • E.

      Hera

    • F.

      Zeus

    Correct Answer
    F. Zeus
    Explanation
    Zeus is the correct answer because he is known as the King of the gods in Greek mythology. His symbol is the thunderbolt, representing his power and authority. Additionally, the sky is considered his realm, further emphasizing his position as the ruler of the gods.

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  • 12. 

    King of the sea.  The trident was his symbol. He created the horse. 

    • A.

      Poseidon

    • B.

      Hermes

    • C.

      Athena

    • D.

      Apollo

    • E.

      Dionysus

    • F.

      Artemis

    Correct Answer
    A. Poseidon
    Explanation
    Poseidon is the correct answer because the clues provided in the question match his characteristics. Poseidon is known as the "King of the sea" and his symbol is the trident. Additionally, he is credited with creating the horse in Greek mythology. Therefore, Poseidon is the most fitting choice among the given options.

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  • 13. 

    Messenger of the gods. He carried a Caduceus. Faster than a text message. He was reliable and had winged feet.

    • A.

      Poseidon

    • B.

      Hermes

    • C.

      Athena

    • D.

      Apollo

    • E.

      Dionysus

    • F.

      Artemis

    Correct Answer
    B. Hermes
    Explanation
    Hermes is the correct answer because he is commonly known as the messenger of the gods in Greek mythology. He is often depicted carrying a Caduceus, which is a staff with two snakes wrapped around it. The mention of him being faster than a text message and having winged feet refers to his role as the god of speed and travel. Additionally, Hermes is known for being reliable and trustworthy.

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  • 14. 

    The owl is her symbol. She bested Ares in war more than once because she is the goddess of strategy and wisdom. She was born from Zeus's head. 

    • A.

      Poseidon

    • B.

      Hermes

    • C.

      Athena

    • D.

      Apollo

    • E.

      Dionysus

    • F.

      Artemis

    Correct Answer
    C. Athena
    Explanation
    Athena is the correct answer because she is associated with the owl, which is her symbol. She is known for her strategic abilities and wisdom, which allowed her to defeat Ares in war multiple times. Additionally, Athena was born from Zeus's head.

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  • 15. 

    He is a twin. God of music and archery. He drives a fiery chariot across the sky.  He is the sun god. 

    • A.

      Poseidon

    • B.

      Hermes

    • C.

      Athena

    • D.

      Apollo

    • E.

      Dionysus

    • F.

      Artemis

    Correct Answer
    D. Apollo
    Explanation
    Apollo is the correct answer because he is known as the god of music and archery, and is associated with driving a fiery chariot across the sky, which represents the sun. He is also a twin, as he is the brother of Artemis.

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  • 16. 

    She is a twin. She is the moon. Goddess of the hunt. A deer is often her symbol. A great archer. 

    • A.

      Poseidon

    • B.

      Hermes

    • C.

      Athena

    • D.

      Apollo

    • E.

      Dionysus

    • F.

      Artemis

    Correct Answer
    F. Artemis
    Explanation
    Artemis is commonly associated with being a twin, as she is the sister of Apollo in Greek mythology. She is also known as the moon goddess and the goddess of the hunt, which explains why a deer is often her symbol. Additionally, she is depicted as a great archer, further emphasizing her connection to hunting and the wilderness.

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  • 17. 

    According to our notes, which of the following ARE elements of a Heroic Tale.

    • A.

      Weapon

    • B.

      Friends

    • C.

      Clothing

    • D.

      Youth

    • E.

      Quest

    • F.

      Battles

    • G.

      Victory

    • H.

      Intelligence and strength

    Correct Answer(s)
    D. Youth
    E. Quest
    F. Battles
    G. Victory
    Explanation
    A heroic tale typically involves a young protagonist who embarks on a challenging quest or journey. This youth represents innocence, potential, and the capacity for growth and transformation. The quest is the central mission or goal that the hero undertakes, often involving overcoming obstacles, facing battles, and ultimately achieving victory. These elements contribute to the heroic narrative by highlighting the hero's bravery, determination, and ability to triumph over adversity. Intelligence and strength are also important qualities that heroes possess, as they aid in strategizing and overcoming challenges. However, clothing and friends are not necessarily essential elements of a heroic tale, as they can vary depending on the specific story.

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  • 18. 

    Ugly. Unfortunate. The unlucky brother. God of the Underworld. 

    • A.

      Zeus

    • B.

      Poseidon

    • C.

      Ares

    • D.

      Hades

    • E.

      Dionysus

    • F.

      Apollo

    Correct Answer
    D. Hades
    Explanation
    Hades is often referred to as the "God of the Underworld" in Greek mythology. He is associated with darkness, death, and the afterlife. The words "ugly," "unfortunate," and "unlucky brother" could be used to describe Hades because he was not as favored or popular as his brothers Zeus and Poseidon. This makes Hades the most fitting answer among the given options.

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  • 19. 

    The lesson we learn in a myth is called the: 

    • A.

      Minotaur

    • B.

      Mythos

    • C.

      Muthos

    • D.

      Moral

    • E.

      Mercedes

    Correct Answer
    D. Moral
    Explanation
    In myths, the lesson or message that is conveyed is often referred to as the "moral." This term is used to describe the underlying meaning or teaching that can be derived from a mythological story. It is the lesson or principle that the myth aims to impart to its audience, often highlighting values, ethics, or important life lessons. The term "moral" is commonly used in the context of myths to describe the educational or instructive aspect of these narratives.

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  • 20. 

    Many of the gods have Roman names that are also the names of planets.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    This statement is true because many of the gods in Roman mythology are named after planets. For example, the Roman god of war is named Mars, which is also the name of the fourth planet in our solar system. Similarly, the Roman god of love is named Venus, which is the name of the second planet. This pattern continues with other gods such as Mercury, Jupiter, and Saturn, all of which share their names with planets. Therefore, it can be concluded that many Roman gods have names that are also the names of planets.

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  • 21. 

    Hera's Roman name.

    • A.

      Juno

    • B.

      Siren

    • C.

      Mars

    • D.

      Ceres

    Correct Answer
    A. Juno
    Explanation
    Juno is the correct answer because it is the Roman name for the Greek goddess Hera. In Roman mythology, Juno was the queen of the gods and the goddess of marriage and childbirth. She was often depicted as a regal and powerful figure, and was highly revered by the Romans.

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  • 22. 

    Monster with at least 100 eyes; killed by Hermes; Hera had its eyes put into a peacock's tail

    • A.

      Gorgon

    • B.

      Argus

    • C.

      Hydra

    • D.

      Medusa

    Correct Answer
    B. Argus
    Explanation
    Argus is the correct answer because he is a monster with at least 100 eyes. In Greek mythology, Argus was a giant with many eyes who was tasked by Hera to guard Io, a lover of Zeus. Hermes eventually killed Argus, and as a tribute to him, Hera took his eyes and placed them on the tail of a peacock.

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  • 23. 

    Has a single eye; made lightning bolts for Zeus

    • A.

      Cyclops

    • B.

      Medusa

    • C.

      Argus

    • D.

      Siren

    Correct Answer
    A. Cyclops
    Explanation
    Cyclops is the correct answer because they are mythological creatures with a single eye. In Greek mythology, they were known as strong and powerful giants who forged lightning bolts for Zeus, the king of the gods. They are often depicted as having one eye in the middle of their forehead. Medusa, Argus, and Siren do not possess the characteristic of having a single eye or making lightning bolts for Zeus.

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  • 24. 

    Giant winged creature with heads of women; lived on rocks in the sea; their singing lured sailors to their death

    • A.

      Cyclops

    • B.

      Medusa

    • C.

      Gorgon

    • D.

      Siren

    Correct Answer
    D. Siren
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Siren. Sirens were mythical creatures in Greek mythology known for their beautiful singing voices. They were depicted as winged creatures with the heads of women. Sirens lived on rocks in the sea and their enchanting songs lured sailors towards them, causing them to crash their ships and meet their demise.

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  • 25. 

    Ugly monster who lived on the edges of the world; one look in their eyes could turn you to stone

    • A.

      Gorgon

    • B.

      Cyclops

    • C.

      Hera

    • D.

      Argus

    Correct Answer
    A. Gorgon
    Explanation
    Gorgon is the correct answer because it is commonly known in Greek mythology as a creature with the ability to turn people to stone with just one look in their eyes. The description of an ugly monster who lived on the edges of the world aligns with the characteristics of a Gorgon. Cyclops, Hera, and Argus do not possess this specific ability, making Gorgon the most suitable choice.

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  • 26. 

    Three-headed dog; owned by Hades; protected the underworld

    • A.

      Medusa

    • B.

      Argus

    • C.

      Cerberus

    • D.

      Siren

    Correct Answer
    C. Cerberus
    Explanation
    Cerberus is the correct answer because it is a three-headed dog that was owned by Hades and protected the underworld. In Greek mythology, Cerberus was a fearsome creature with multiple heads and a serpent for a tail. It was tasked with guarding the gates of the underworld, preventing the living from entering and the dead from escaping. Its presence served as a deterrent and symbolized the boundary between the world of the living and the realm of the dead.

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  • 27. 

    God of wine and wild behavior

    • A.

      Diana

    • B.

      Dionysus

    • C.

      Pluto

    • D.

      Hesphaestus

    Correct Answer
    B. Dionysus
    Explanation
    Dionysus is the correct answer because he is known as the god of wine and wild behavior. In Greek mythology, Dionysus is associated with the cultivation of grapes and the production of wine, which represents the indulgence and excess often associated with wild behavior. He is also associated with festivals and celebrations, where people would engage in uninhibited and ecstatic behavior. Therefore, Dionysus fits the description of being the god of wine and wild behavior.

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  • 28. 

    Demeter's Roman name

    • A.

      Cerberus

    • B.

      Persephone

    • C.

      Ceres

    • D.

      Mars

    Correct Answer
    C. Ceres
    Explanation
    Ceres is the correct answer because it is the Roman name for Demeter. In Roman mythology, Ceres is the goddess of agriculture, grain crops, fertility, and motherly relationships. Demeter is the Greek counterpart of Ceres, and both goddesses are associated with similar aspects of nature and fertility. Therefore, Ceres is the appropriate Roman name for Demeter.

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  • 29. 

    Poseidon's Roman name

    • A.

      Neptune

    • B.

      Ceres

    • C.

      Pluto

    • D.

      Mars

    Correct Answer
    A. Neptune
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Neptune. In Roman mythology, Neptune is the god of the sea. Poseidon is the Greek equivalent of Neptune. Therefore, Neptune is the Roman name for Poseidon. Ceres is the Roman goddess of agriculture, Pluto is the Roman god of the underworld, and Mars is the Roman god of war.

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  • 30. 

    Son of Apollo

    • A.

      Persephone

    • B.

      Pluto

    • C.

      Ceres

    • D.

      Phaethon

    Correct Answer
    D. Phaethon
    Explanation
    Phaethon is the correct answer because he is the son of Apollo in Greek mythology. Apollo is the god of the sun, and Phaethon's mother is a mortal woman named Clymene. Phaethon is known for his attempt to drive his father's sun chariot across the sky, resulting in disastrous consequences. This story is often used to explain the origin of the Sahara Desert and the Ethiopian people.

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  • 31. 

    Zeus's Roman name

    • A.

      Juno

    • B.

      Jupiter

    • C.

      Mars

    • D.

      Neptune

    Correct Answer
    B. Jupiter
    Explanation
    Jupiter is the correct answer because it is the Roman name for Zeus. In Roman mythology, Jupiter was the king of the gods and the god of the sky and thunder. Just like Zeus in Greek mythology, Jupiter was known for his power and authority.

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  • 32. 

    Separated the underworld from the living world

    • A.

      River Story

    • B.

      River Stone

    • C.

      River Styx

    • D.

      River Style

    Correct Answer
    C. River Styx
    Explanation
    The River Styx is a concept in Greek mythology that separates the underworld from the living world. It is believed to be the boundary that souls must cross in order to enter the underworld after death. This river is often depicted as a dark and mysterious waterway, and it plays a significant role in various myths and legends. The other options listed are not associated with the separation of the underworld from the living world, making them incorrect answers.

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  • 33. 

    Dionysus's Roman name.

    • A.

      Neptune

    • B.

      Bacchus

    • C.

      Diana

    • D.

      Pluto

    Correct Answer
    B. Bacchus
    Explanation
    Bacchus is the correct answer because Dionysus is the Greek god of wine and revelry, and Bacchus is the equivalent Roman god. In Roman mythology, Bacchus is associated with wine, parties, and celebrations, just like Dionysus in Greek mythology. Therefore, Bacchus is the Roman name for Dionysus.

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  • 34. 

    Artemis's Roman name

    • A.

      Dionysus

    • B.

      Diana

    • C.

      Pluto

    • D.

      Minerva

    Correct Answer
    B. Diana
    Explanation
    Artemis is a Greek goddess associated with the hunt, wilderness, and childbirth. In Roman mythology, the equivalent goddess to Artemis is Diana. Therefore, Diana is the correct answer for Artemis's Roman name.

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  • 35. 

    Hephaestus's Roman name

    • A.

      Neptune

    • B.

      Diana

    • C.

      Dionysus

    • D.

      Vulcan

    Correct Answer
    D. Vulcan
    Explanation
    Vulcan is the correct answer because Hephaestus is the Greek god of fire, blacksmiths, and craftsmen, while Vulcan is his equivalent in Roman mythology. Vulcan is known for his skills in metalworking and is often depicted as a blacksmith. Therefore, Vulcan is the Roman name for Hephaestus.

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  • 36. 

    Massive serpent with 9 heads

    • A.

      Argus

    • B.

      Medusa

    • C.

      Hydra

    • D.

      Hercules

    Correct Answer
    C. Hydra
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Hydra. Hydra is a massive serpent in Greek mythology that is known for having nine heads. Each time one of its heads is cut off, two more grow back in its place. This makes the Hydra a formidable and difficult creature to defeat. Hercules, one of the greatest heroes in Greek mythology, famously battled and eventually defeated the Hydra as one of his twelve labors.

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  • 37. 

    Athena's Roman name

    • A.

      Minerva

    • B.

      Hera

    • C.

      Juno

    • D.

      Pluto

    Correct Answer
    A. Minerva
    Explanation
    Minerva is the correct answer because it is the Roman name for the Greek goddess Athena. In Roman mythology, Minerva was the goddess of wisdom, strategic warfare, and handicrafts. She was often associated with wisdom, intelligence, and the arts. Therefore, Minerva is the appropriate choice as Athena's Roman name.

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  • 38. 

    Athena's Roman name

    • A.

      Pluto

    • B.

      Minerva

    • C.

      Juno

    • D.

      Siren

    Correct Answer
    B. Minerva
    Explanation
    Minerva is the correct answer because it is the Roman name for the Greek goddess Athena. In Roman mythology, Minerva is the goddess of wisdom, strategic warfare, and handicrafts. She is often depicted with an owl, which is a symbol of wisdom.

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  • 39. 

    Ares Roman name

    • A.

      Mars

    • B.

      Mercury

    • C.

      Pluto

    • D.

      Venus

    Correct Answer
    A. Mars
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Mars because Ares is the Greek god of war, and the Roman equivalent of Ares is Mars. In Roman mythology, Mars is the god of war and is often depicted as a strong and fearless warrior. Therefore, Mars is the correct answer for the Roman name of Ares.

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  • 40. 

    Winged goddess of victory

    • A.

      Neptune

    • B.

      Nike

    • C.

      Poseidon

    • D.

      Pluto

    Correct Answer
    B. Nike
    Explanation
    Nike is the correct answer because she is commonly known as the winged goddess of victory in Greek mythology. She is often depicted with wings, symbolizing her ability to fly swiftly and bring victory to those she favors. Neptune, Poseidon, and Pluto are all gods in Greek and Roman mythology, but they are not associated with victory or depicted as winged beings like Nike.

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  • 41. 

    Hermes Roman name

    • A.

      Mars

    • B.

      Pluto

    • C.

      Venus

    • D.

      Mercury

    Correct Answer
    D. Mercury
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Mercury because Hermes is the Greek god associated with communication, travel, and commerce, and his Roman counterpart is Mercury. In Roman mythology, Mercury is the messenger of the gods and the god of trade and profit. This association between Hermes and Mercury is due to the influence of Greek culture and mythology on the Roman Empire.

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  • 42. 

    Man-eating monster; has head of a bull; was killed by Theseus

    • A.

      Minotaur

    • B.

      Cyclops

    • C.

      Charon

    • D.

      Cerberus

    Correct Answer
    A. Minotaur
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Minotaur. The Minotaur is a man-eating monster from Greek mythology that has the head of a bull. It was killed by Theseus, a Greek hero, in the labyrinth of Crete. The Minotaur is a well-known creature in Greek mythology and its story has been passed down through generations.

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